Destiny 2 Dreaming City Raid Weapon Rewards Teased

Destiny 2 Dreaming City Raid Weapon Rewards Teased

New trailer shows off the second full Raid to hit Destiny 2, coming as part of the Forsaken DLC.

You might remember that late last year, the Leviathan Raid was added to Destiny 2 post-launch by Bungie, making it the first Raid in the game. Now, we know some of what to expect from the Dreaming City Raid, the second full Raid activity to hit Bungie's FPS.

Just below, you can check the debut trailer for the Dreaming City Raid in Destiny 2. This is the first time we've got any concrete details on the second Raid for the game, as until now all we've known for certain is that it'll take place outside of Leviathan, where the previous Leviathan Raid was set.

The trailer claims that the Dreaming City Raid is the "largest Destiny 2 endgame activity", which is quite a feat considering that the Leviathan Raid can take up to 6 hours to complete in full. Aside from that, we can also catch some glimpses of new weapons that'll act as rewards for the Dreaming City Raid, of which there appears to be a sniper, a shotgun, a sword, and a trace rifle.

The Dreaming City Raid will launch exclusively as part of the Forsaken DLC pack for Destiny 2, which is due to launch on September 4. For everything else you need to know about the upcoming third DLC pack for the game, head over to our Destiny 2 Forsaken DLC guide.

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